Welcome to Tehran

Tehran is the capital of Iran and its biggest city. This city is the center of political and economic activities in the country. The population of this city is over 12 million people during the day and encompasses lots of historical monuments in itself. To travel to Iran, you’d first step in Tehran…

The history of habitation in tehran goes back to five hundred years before the birth of Christ and was then considered the village of Rey. Its process of becoming a metropolis has been very slow over the last century. Since Safavid era, Tehran gained relative importance and this importance caused the construction of several portals for the entering and exiting caravans. In Qajar period, this small city was appointed as the capital and from then on, it radically pursued the path of development and evolution. But its rapid growth took shape in Pahlavi period that led Tehran to begin a new course of civilization and also a radical growth in population.

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Must Experience

Nightlife in Darband and Darakeh

We suggest that for seeing the variety of lifestyles in Tehran, you go to uptown and see how people spend time. The most important point in traveling to Iran is visiting people who try their best to offer you their help and kindness… In case you intend to get to know the daily life of

Getting around Bazaars in Tehran. Local Food, Local People, Architecture

If you would like to get more familiar with people’s daily life on your trip to Iran, the best way is to go to shopping centers and bazaars.  Bazaar of Tajrish There are traditional and modern bazaars in Tajrish Square. The traditional part with a traditional and roofed atmosphere has lots of stores. The grocery

Must See

Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts; a Collection of World Masterpieces

Preventing the waste of oil income and investment in art made the idea of establishing the Museum of Contemporary Arts discussed and implemented in Iran before the Revolution in 1979… Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts “MoCA” is in the south of the Carpet Museum of Iran. This museum was established in 1977 with the cooperation

Tehran’s Most Visited Attraction; Golestan Palace

Golestan Palace is located in the historical area of the Bazaar of Tehran and is a complex from Tehran’s history during and after the Qajar Dynasty. This complex was the residence, coronation palace and the museum of Iranian kings… Golestan Palace is one of the most important touristic attractions in Iran. The complex of Golestan

Carpet Museum

To research on and preserve the ancient carpets of Iran, the Carpet Museum of Iran was established. This museum started functioning before the Revolution in 1979 and is now a very precious collection of old and artistic carpets…The Carpet Museum of Iran was built and established in 1978 and under Farah Pahlavi’s command who was



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